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What is Temporary Protected Status ("TPS")?

Temporary Protected Status (TPS)  establishes a legislative basis for allowing a group of persons temporary refuge in the United States. Under a provision of the Immigration Act of 1990, the Attorney General may designate nationals of a foreign state to be eligible for TPS with a finding that conditions in that country pose a danger to personal safety due to ongoing armed conflict or an environmental disaster. 238 more words

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U.S. Gives Yemeni (Al Qaeda Hotbed) Nationals “Temporary” Amnesty

From Judicial Watch, Sept 2015

Just when it seemed like President Obama’s immigration policies couldn’t possibly get worse, the administration is offering “temporary” amnesty to nationals of an Islamic Middle Eastern country well known as an Al Qaeda breeding ground. 597 more words


Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Available for Nationals of Yemen

DHS has designated the Republic of Yemen for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for 18 months, from September 3, 2015 through March 3, 2017. Nationals from Yemen who have continuously resided in the US since September 3, 2015, and who are otherwise eligible, can apply for TPS status valid until March 3, 2017. 421 more words

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Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Haitians is Extended through July 22, 2017

DHS has extended eligibility for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Haitians for an additional 18 months. Haitians who currently have TPS status must re-register by October 26, 2015… 479 more words


Obama extends Temporary Protected Status for Somalis, confusion evident in media reports

Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is one more of those LEGAL immigration programs that needs to be completely reformed or dumped altogether.  It might sound good on the surface.  451 more words

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Add one more to the list of countries whose nationals can stay in the US forever---Nepal

The Temporary Protected Status (TPS) category, a legal immigration program, is anything but temporary.  The Obama Administration has just added Nepal to its list of countries whose citizens can stay as temporary refugees, work (and probably vote!) here forever because the temporary designation is simply extended every time it expires. 375 more words

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